Part of the 3 for £9.99 deal also!
Two features. In 'Robots', Rodney Copperbottom (voiced by Ewan McGregor) is a talented inventor who hopes to make his fortune by moving to Robot City and working among the nuts and bolts of the robotics industry. Rodney fantasises about building robots for his boyhood hero and master inventor Big Weld (Mel Brooks), but when he meets him, Rodney's dream threatens to turn rusty. Big Weld reveals that his company is now being run by the evil Phineas T. Ratchet (Greg Kinnear), a merciless money-maker who wants to rid the world of the antiquated robots that clutter up the streets of Robot City. This leaves Rodney's aspirations needing a major oil change, and with little chance of finding work, he feels about as useful as a broken spare part. So he takes to the streets, where he finds some unlikely salvation in a group of robots lead by Fender (Robin Williams). Fender urges Rodney to help save them from the scrap heap, while Ratchet and his company create threatening new policies on robot reconstruction. The ensuing action leads to a breathtaking set of adventures in the futuristic city. In 'Ice Age' a star-studded cast provides the voices for the prehistoric creatures in this computer-animated feature, set 20,000 years ago as the Ice Age approaches. Seemingly anti-social Manny, a woolly mammoth (voiced by Ray Romano), acts as if he just wants to be left alone. When he meets Sid (voiced by John Leguizamo), a sloth, the two become unlikely travelling companions. The plot thickens when the duo finds a human infant and decides to try to return the child to its 'herd.' Manny slowly but surely reveals his heart of gold, while Sid continues to provide comic relief. Diego (voiced by Denis Leary), a sabre-tooth tiger with ulterior motives, soon joins them in their search for the humans. Ultimately, this group of misfits becomes its own herd, learning about friendship and loyalty as they brave snow, ice, freezing temperatures, predators, hail, and even boiling lava pits. All the while, a sabre-tooth squirrel, Scat, provides comic relief as he valiantly struggles with an acorn.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Aunt Fans Tour Of Booty * Discontinued Parts * Interactive Games Robot Dance And Fender Photo Shoot * Meet The Bots Interactive 3 D Character Biographies * The Voices Of Robots Local Language Dubbing Featurettes * Audio Commentary By The Animation Crew At Blue Sky
Go via quidco for 5% back. Quidco tracked for me within 6 minutes - 20p - therefore taking the price to £3.79 for both films delivered!